Figure 3-13. Flight Director Indicator (329B-9A)
When flying coupled to the INS
system, the CMPTR flag will be in
view anytime the steering information
is invalid or a malfunction exists in the
Miniature aircraft. Indicates attitude of
aircraft with respect to the earth's horizon.
localizer deviation information from VOR No. 1 receiver or
VOR No. 2 receiver as selected by pilot's course indicator
Sphere. Remains oriented with the earth's
axis at all times.
GYRO warning flag. Presence indicates loss
of power to, or low rotational speed of, vertical gyro.
TEST pushbutton. When pressed, display
indicates an additional 10° nose up, 200 right roll and the
GYRO flag is visible.
GS flag. Presence indicates glideslope
information is not being presented on indicator.
Glideslope deviation indicator. Displays
glideslope deviation information from VOR No. I receiver.
LOC warning flag. Presence indicates a that
localizer information is not available or not reliable.
3-21. PILOT'S TURN AND SLIP INDICATOR.
Description. The pilot's turn and slip indicator (fig.
3-14) is used to provide automatic yaw damping information
to the autopilot in addition to performing the functions of a
turn and slip indicator. The pilot's turn and slip indicator is
protected by a circuit breaker placarded TURN & SLIP,
located on the overhead circuit breaker panel (fig. 2-30).
Controls/Indicators and Functions.
Turn rate indicator. Deflects to indicate rate
Two-minute turn marks. Fixed markers
indicate two-minute turn rate when covered by turn rate